[Seaside] Re: A Seaside2 application for SVG clients
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Mon Aug 6 07:25:23 UTC 2007
On Mon, 06 Aug 2007 07:02:16 +0200, Philippe Marschallwrote:
> 2007/8/6, Klaus D. Witzel <klaus.witzel at cobss.com>:
>> Dear Seasiders,
>> with only a handful of methods it was possible to create a prototype
>> Seaside2 application which serves SVG clients. Many thanks to all
>> the Seaside developers which have put in such a lot of effort to make it
>> so easy for new applications and developers :)
>> The next logical step is to make a canvas for SVG, like the one which
>> exists for HTML. So may I ask,
>> o are there any do's and dont's for a Seaside renderer/canvas
> WAHtmlCanvas once had code that would automatically generated the code
> of all the tag generation methods for you. One rule that has emerged
> is to use a the full name instead of the real element name: #anchor
> instead of #a
That's a good point, keeping an eye on the coder's convenience.
>> o is there anything you would have done completely different,
>> if you could start all over again (without any backward compatibility)
> In WARenderCanvas? Yes, if we had better traits tools we would use them.
Yes, WARenderCanvas seems misplaced in the class hierarchy (on first
And ProtocolBrowser, which separates by message-category name (example:
#html and #'form-buttons'), is not of much help for finding overrides and
responsibilities of the sub/superclass. Is there any better tool/view for
Squeak which someone would recommend.
>> o if at some point in time #callback: would be added,
>> are there any drawbacks, things to be aware of ahead of time
> You'll probably end up duplicating the funtionality of WARenderCanvas.
Have you considered taking WARenderCanvas away from its superclass.
>> o any other comment or suggestion, all appreciated
> Can we see the code? ;-)
Yes, Seasiders can :)
>>  http://squeak.cobss.ch/seaside/sextant
>> Does some effects on the builtin Seaside top.jpg image.
>>  Firefox and Opera support SVG, Firefox only to "some" extent.
>> Opera even supports the Ajax script.
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